A Clergyman's Views on Christian Science

The Rev. W. R. Huntington, D.D., contributes an article under the above heading, to the New York Journal of July 14,1901. This article is partly in commendation and partly in criticism of Christian Science. Mr. Huntington stands for that strange duality which enters so largely into all theological thought and discussion, and therefore it is quite consistent that he should look with double vision upon Christian Science, seeing in it both good and bad, truth and error, logic and illogic.

The good good he sees may be fairly thus epitomized:—

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